The Vice President of El Salvador, Félix Ulloa, traveled to the Republic of Senegal as part of his official visit to the African continent, where he met with the President of that nation and of the African Union, Macky Sall.
During his visit, Ulloa reiterated to the African authorities El Salvador’s intention to establish ties of friendship with that region and to generate an exchange between the Salvadoran and Senegalese chambers of commerce.
Since the central theme of the meeting was to address commercial benefits for both States, the Salvadoran vice president stressed the importance of recognizing the country’s seas and oceans as economic engines and taking Senegal as an example, which uses them as resources to carry out its food sovereignty strategy.
For his part, Sall expressed his interest in bitcoin and the economic solvency that the Salvadoran government led by President Nayib Bukele has shown. In the same way, he recognized effective security strategies such as the Territorial Control Plan (PCT) and the emergency regime promoted by President Nayib Bukele to combat gangs.